One (More) Night

I used to hate traitor games. I used to go out of my way to avoid being a traitor to the point where, in one game, I did the sacrilegious – I actually stopped playing as soon as the cards were dealt because I was the traitor and I knew how terrible I would be […]

A Study in Dystopia

It is the immensity, I believe. The hugeness of things below. The darkness of dreams. – Neil Gaiman So starts a wonderful, mind-bending journey into a realm shared by HP Lovecraft and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in equal measure, and threaded together in a way that only Neil Gaiman could manage in a short story […]

Haunted Houses Breed Betrayal

“I’ll do it if you do it.” “I dare you.” “What are you? A scaredy cat?” It doesn’t take much imagination to picture┬áthe conversation that is going on between the characters of Betrayal at House on the Hill before they decide to enter the mysterious, very obviously haunted, house. I blame American television for that. […]